Paul Gauguin deck 6 plan

Deck layout and review

Review of Paul Gauguin deck 6

  • Deck 6 layout starts with cruise cabins from 601 to 626, all of which are Balcony rooms category D.
  • Next is the Fitness Center equipped with free weights, treadmills, exercise bikes, elliptical machines.
  • Deep Nature Spa (former “Carita Spa”) is operated by Algotherm (marine spa and cosmetics company). Spa and Beauty Salon prices look like this: $135 (hair-styling), $25 (manicure/pedicure), $240 (90 min Polynesian-themed spa treatments).
  • Le Boutique sells mostly tropical clothes, PG Cruises logo merchandise, and some jewelry (incl black pearls).
  • There are 10 service boats on the ship, of them 2 kayaks, 2 lifeboats, 4 tenders.
  • Fare Tahiti is an art gallery in front the Veranda restaurant, combined with a small library.
  • La Veranda Restaurant (aft location, floor-ceiling windows) is the ship’s second dining room open for breakfast (7:30-9:30 am), lunch (12-2 pm) and dinner (7-9 pm), and also serving Afternoon Tea. This dining room also offers al fresco dining on its outdoor seating area. Breakfast and lunch are buffet-style, while dinners here are reservations-only, served, and with a French bistro menu.